Regularly exfoliating your face helps get rid of dead skin cells (which dull your complexion) so your skin looks smoother and brighter.
3 tablespoons of fresh cream
1 cup of white sugar
½ cup of brown sugar
½ cup of ground almonds
2 tablespoons olive oil
- Substitute the ground almonds with ground cornmeal if you have an allergy to nuts.
Mix all ingredients well. Apply to dry face in a circular motion Wash your face off with warm water, followed by cold water. Pat your face dry. Place in a jar and store...
Sloughing dry, dead skin from your lips makes them look instantly plumper and pinker.
½ teaspoon of moisturizing lotion (such as any all natural unscented lotion. You check out my products at www.softlyrugged.com )
¼ teaspoon fresh coffee grounds
¼ teaspoon Kosher salt
Mix well in a bowl. Apply to entire mouth area and massage around for 2 to five minutes. Wipe clean with a warm wet washcloth.
This recipe is great for those prone to acne. The basil acts as an antiseptic helps clear acne-causing bacteria, and improves circulation to the skin.
3 tablespoons dried basil leaves
1 cup boiling water
Crush up the dried basil leaves and mix them into a cup of boiling water. Once the mixture cools, strain out the leaves, put it in a spray bottle and spritz your skin. Use a cotton ball or pad to spread the toner gently around your face. Do this daily before cleansing.
Remember to refrigerate!